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Towards the Setting Sun. 1st edition, Signed.

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Product description

Phillimore, Chichester, 1982, 1st edition, hardcover. Book condition: As new, dark blue cloth boards, gilt spine titles, no markings or bumps, ffep with a stickered compliments slip with a signed birthday dedication, signed and dated on title page. 139pp. D/J condition: as new, not price-clipped with feint creasing at top of spine. The unique story of the author's escape from the Death Railway. The truthful but harrowing story of what happened. "We should forgive but not forget".

Item details

Added value:
signed
Author(s):
Bradley, James.
Condition:
As new
Edition:
1st
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0850334675
ISBN-13:
9780850334678
Number of pages:
139
Publisher:
Phillimore

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Phillimore, Chichester, 1982, 1st edition, hardcover. Book condition: As new, dark blue cloth boards, gilt spine titles, no markings or bumps, ffep with a stickered compliments slip with a signed birthday dedication, signed and dated on title page. 139pp. D/J condition: as new, not price-clipped with feint creasing at top of spine. The unique story of the author's escape from the Death Railway. The truthful but harrowing story of what happened. "We should forgive but not forget".

Added value:
signed
Author(s):
Bradley, James.
Condition:
As new
Edition:
1st
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0850334675
ISBN-13:
9780850334678
Number of pages:
139
Publisher:
Phillimore

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